Scrapbook Christmas Card Holder
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Scrapbook Christmas Card Holder

Create a scrapbook page with a pocket to hold your favorite Christmas cards using Inkadinkado® clear stamps.

Designed by Heather Garl, courtesy of Inkadinkado®.

Craft Time: 30-60 minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
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Material List

  • Inkadinkado® Ornate Christmas Clear Stamp Set
  • Inkadinkado® Peppermint Twist Clear Stamp Set
  • Inkadinkado® Months & Days Clear Stamp Set
  • Inkadinkado® Large Clear Stamping Block
  • StazOn® Solvent INk - Jet Black
  • VersaMark™ Watermark Ink
  • K&Company® Snuggle Bug Designer Paper Pad
  • Recollections™ Value Pack Cardstock Essentials
  • EK Success® 3 inch Circle Scallop Nesting Punch
  • EK Success® 1.5 inch Circle Nesting PUnch
  • EK Success® 3D Dots - Adhesive Foam 1/8" Squares
  • Punched hole reinforcement sticker
  • Dark Brown Sewing Thread
  • Sewing Machine
  • Black Journaling Pen
  • Photograph
  • Glue
  • 1/4-inch hole punch
  • Ruler
  • Scissors

Project Instructions

Use a 12 x12 inch piece of Kraft cardstock for the base of the scrapbook page.

Cut a 12 x 6-1/2 inch piece of red cardstock. Stamp poinsettia images randomly on the cardstock using watermark ink.

Punch several circles from green pattern paper and cut them in half. Sew them in place along the top edge of the red cardstock. Sew the side and bottom edges of the red cardstock to the scrapbook page to form a pocket.

Stamp “Season’s Greetings” on Kraft cardstock and cut into a tag shape. Tint the edges of the tag with ink. Punch a hole in the tag and add the reinforcement sticker. Sew the tag to the scrapbook page near the top left corner.

Mat the photograph with Kraft cardstock and tint the edges of the cardstock with ink.

Punch a scallop circle from light tan cardstock. Stamp “be merry” on the circle and use the journaling pen to draw a border around the edge of the circle. Glue the scallop circle and matted photograph to the red cardstock.

Stamp the year on a strip of Kraft cardstock. Cut the short edges in a V shape and tint the edges of the strip with ink. Fold the strip to form a dimensional banner and attach it to the red cardstock with foam adhesive.


If you do not have a sewing machine, use a strong adhesive along the three edges of the red cardstock to create the pocket. Use a thin journaling pen to draw the stitches for the design look.